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2004 Dakota 4x4 Front wheel bearings

I can't get the bearings off .I removed all the bolts .Are these pressed in or just seized?

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  • jclessard Apr 15, 2009

    Allready got the nut off .The bearing itself won't budge. Even tried a air chisel and a 3 pound sludge.It is now soaking with P.B.Max.Can't use a puller cause theres no ctr. to tighten on.

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According to the manual it should just slide off the spindle... the nut that goes on that requires 185 foot pounds of torque in case you didn't have the specs on it.

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